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Supporter Acquisition Manager

Full time
£38-40,000 per annum
Location flexible within the UK

Our vision at The Charity for Civil Servants is to build a supportive community in which everyone has the chance to live their life to the full. We offer practical, financial and emotional support, always listening without judgement. We are at the start of our ambitious five-year plan to double the number of people we help to over 100k a year.

This is an exciting time at the Charity as we build a Fundraising team that will develop the strategies to drive income generation over the coming five years and beyond. Regular Giving and donations from individuals are an essential part of our fundraising strategy, currently constituting over 80% of our income.

We are currently recruiting for a Supporter Acquisition Manager to lead on the development, delivery and ongoing improvement of a new cross-channel donor acquisition programme, which is designed to engage and inspire new supporters, ensuring that we raise the funds needed to continue our important work.

To be successful in this role, you will be proactive, results-driven and committed to providing an excellent supporter experience. You will have extensive direct marketing and product development fundraising experience, strong management experience and be adept at delivering audience led solutions. Great communication skills and experience of leveraging digital solutions as well as multi-channel marketing will be essential.

In return, we can offer you excellent benefits including a health cash plan, life assurance, excellent pension, generous annual leave, interest free loans for season tickets and our cycle to work scheme.

Closing date for applications is 11pm on Sunday 6 February. Interviews will be held immediately after the closing date.

Please read the full job description and then apply for the role.

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, all interviews will be conducted remotely.

The Charity for Civil Servants are committed to building and developing a workforce which reflects the diversity of the civil service community that we support. We seek to ensure all job applications are treated fairly, with respect and without bias and we encourage applications from suitably experienced candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or belief, or any other factor.